"Little Red Corvette," "Purple Rain," this interview — Prince has done a lot of incredible things in his career, but none as amazing as the cover of his new single "Breakfast Can Wait."
The Best of Chappelle's Show: Uncensored, offering the Comedy Central series' 25 most memorable moments, arrives on DVD June 5.... MTV's Jackass on Sept. 24 will incarnate itself as a next-gen video game, allowing players to interact with likenesses of Johnny Knoxville, Bam Margera, Steve-O, et al.... Blade Runner, Bonnie and Clyde, Cool Hand Luke, Magnum Force and Sudden Impact have been selected for hi-def restoration, with Blade Runner set for a DVD re-release later this year, in time for its 25th anniversary.
It's a November to remember for Wayne Brady, who already has an Everybody Hates Chris appearance under his belt, and next turns up on The N's The Brandon T. Jackson Show (premiering Friday, Nov. 24, at 9 pm/ET), followed by the CBS hitcom How I Met Your Mother (Mondays at 8), playing no less than Barney's brother. But enough with the exposition-filled intro, on with the interview!
TVGuide.com: You have a lot of stuff going on these days!Wayne Brady: Well, that's always a good thing.
TVGuide.com: First up, give me an overview of The Brandon T. Jackson Show. What's it going to be like?Brady: The Brandon T. Jackson Show is a younger, fast-paced sketch show.
Charlie Murphy wants people to know he's no Frank Stallone or Tito Jackson. He's no "not-as-famous-sibling" gimmick. Judging by the sales for Chappelle's Show DVDs, many may already be well aware of this. After spending more than a decade in the shadow of his superstar brother, Eddie, Murphy's antics as a cast member on Chappelle's have finally made him his own man. Currently he is selling out comedy clubs and has a slate of movies, the last of which, King's Ransom, recently hit video stores. Insider spoke with Murphy about his career and the fate of the show that spurred millions to holler, "I'm Rick James, bitch!"
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